Butler High School's 2016 class received its diplomas and turned its tassels Wednesday morning at James Brown Arena.
Lauren Walker, of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School, was eliminated Wednesday from the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Walker advanced to the third round by successfully spelling 'formicary,' but ...
Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School had its inaugural graduation Tuesday morning at the James Brown Arena, as almost 100 students became part of the new school's history.
More than $1 million in gifts have been pledged to Paine College, the private Augusta school announced Tuesday.
Bob Beamon, 1968 long-jump gold medalist whose Olympic record still stands, shared his story with North Augusta's boys and girls track teams Sunday, encouraging them to work on their stories as well.
Birth weight at the extreme ends has long been considered associated with health problems later in life, particularly for those with very low birthweights and large babies, according to an Augusta ...
Rare clinical trials at AU for suicidal patients are looking for ways to treat underlying problems that could help lower that risk, Dr. Vaughn McCall told a conference at the Charlie Norwood VA ...
Richmond County high school students begin their summer vacation.
Graduation had been scheduled Friday and was relocated Wednesday to the high school gym because of expected inclimate weather that day.
It was originally scheduled Friday night at the school's football stadium.
After receiving congratulations from the three judges, EmmaKate Few briefly looked toward the ceiling and then uttered one word: "Wow."
Dr. Forest Mahan, currently vice president for academic affairs and student services at Northeastern Technical College, will become Aiken Tech's new leader on July 1.
Dr. Angela Pringle sent a clear message Sunday to dozens of Richmond County students, teachers and parents: "Graduate."
Paine College has raised $2.5 million in cash since it began a fundraising campaign last year to help it get through financial difficulties.
Jake Padgett was among 1,200 getting a degree this semester and among seven ROTC members who received a commission.
Dr. Claire Pomeroy, president of the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation, was the speaker Thursday for the Hooding Ceremony of Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.
The academy has a $2 million budget this fiscal year, part of $20 million Congress directed toward ovarian cancer research, to fund five-year grants for young investigators to go into the field.
The Aiken County Public School District picked its new logo Tuesday night.
Death will not keep Charles Davis from receiving a degree from his beloved Augusta University.
The 2016-2017 budget by Superintendent Angela Pringle seeks the pay raise, along with continued elimination of furlough days.